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CDH Athletic Hall of Fame

Rich History and Traditions

The Cretin-Derham Hall Athletic Hall of Fame honors the rich history and traditions of Cretin, Derham Hall, and Cretin-Derham Hall!

The  CDH Athletic Hall of Fame creates an inclusive recognition process for student-athletes, teams, coaches, and those who have made significant contributions to the CDH athletic community in the proud traditions of the Sisters of St. Joseph and the Christian Brothers.

A goal of the CDH Athletic Hall of Fame is to improve the engagement with alumni athletes through the recognition of individual and team successes on the field, the court, the ice, etc. To this end, the Hall of Fame will include the induction of teams to recognize the importance of all team members and coaches when a team championship has been accomplished.

In addition, the Honorary Raider Award will be presented to an individual who was not an athlete at Cretin, Derham Hall, or CDH but has made significant contributions to Raider Athletics over a period of time.


Please note that the inclusive nature of the CDH Hall of Fame includes all past inductees from Cretin and Derham Hall. Bylaws for the Athletic Hall of Fame were constructed by Rob Bollinger, Mal Scanlan '61, and Phil Archer '99 using criteria from several comparable Hall of Fames, including the Cretin Athletic Hall of Fame and the Derham Hall Athletic Hall of Fame. The Selection Committee for the Athletic Hall of Fame includes Rob Bollinger, Vice President for Advancement and Phil Archer '99, Athletic Director and representatives from each of our three schools — Mal Scanlan '61 for Cretin High School; Theresa Lopez '85 for Derham Hall; and Tony Leseman '01 and Kate Townley '00 for Cretin-Derham Hall.


Class of 2018

Matt Birk'94
Jenny Haigh'91
Alyssa Karel Ylinen'07
Joe Mauer'01
Erin Sobaski'81
Kate Townley'00
Bill Walsh'57
Chris Weinke'90
Bob Sweeney'77 (Honorary Raider Award)
1989 Baseball Team
1990 Baseball Team
1999 Girls Basketball Team

Deceased

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